Orleans Parish School Board Launches Citywide Survey On Public Education In New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS – The Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) is seeking feedback from the community at large through an easily accessible citywide survey that launches today, Wednesday, March 29. As it undergoes exciting new changes and looks to better the future of New Orleans public schools, the OPSB would like to receive the community’s feedback on priorities for public education, hear if they are satisfied with the current schools and learn what they would like to see in the future from OPSB, schools and the education system as a whole, reps said.
Every New Orleans resident ages 18 and up is invited to participate open through Friday, April 28, regardless of if they have a child currently enrolled in a New Orleans public school. The OPSB will be sharing findings from the survey with the public later this spring. All responses are anonymous and participation is completely voluntary.
The survey is accessible in a variety of locations:
• Text NOLAEDSURVEY to 41411 to receive a link to the survey on your phone.
• Orleans Parish public school students will receive flyers to take home with survey information.
• Limited copies of print surveys are available at the OPSB central office, Recovery School District (RSD) office and Family Resource Centers.
The OPSB currently oversees 31 schools, including 25 charters, five network schools and one educational program for students in secure care facilities.